We aim to become the leading platform for educational and cultural content about Mongols, which international organizations and individuals can use to promote interculturalism, belonging and diversity.


Our mission is to campaign for and advance a greater understanding of the word “Mongol” as it refers to an ethnicity and culture with its own history and language, in order to end the historical misuse of the term.

Our focus

Social awareness

Films, media and pop culture often shape how we perceive the world. As consumers of media, we often believe the stories and narratives that have been told over the years. From dressing-up costumes to sports mascots, we see how one person’s idea of innocent fun can attack another person’s dignity, further perpetuating stereotyping and racism. Our goal is to specifically address the ways in which the Mongol ethnicity and culture are represented in the media and society, to minimize the stereotypes and cultural myths that are created.


Volunteers are the heartbeat of Mongol Identity. We want to thank our inspiring volunteers around the world for giving their time, talent and dedication. The benefits of volunteering can be enormous: volunteering offers vital help to people in need, to worthwhile causes and the community, but the benefits can be even greater for the volunteer. The right volunteering opportunity can help people find friends, connect with the community, learn new skills and even advance their career.


We deliver our workshops with the UNICEF Human Rights-Based Approach to Education for All framework in mind, focusing on children's rights to and within education. Our training, workshops and talks promote the arts, education and social awareness of the Mongol world. We have experts in a wide range of industries and fields, from street art to paleontology and artificial intelligence.


The critical thinking that comes through science education is vital in training our minds to understand the world in which we live, make choices and solve problems. We provide education sessions discussing the role of Mongols in the wider field of science. For instance, under Chinggis Khaan, the Mongol Empire embraced trade and religious freedom, and adopted advanced technology of the time, such as stirrups, composite bows, leather armour, and gunpowder.

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